Tulsa women move up to fifth in John Kirk/Panther Invitational

STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. – The Tulsa women’s golf team moved into 5th palce after second round action Monday at the John Kirk/Panther Intercollegiate Sunday. The Golden Hurricane scored a round of 306 and after 36 holes has a 616 total score at the par-72 Eagles Landing Country Club.

The TU team is without head coach Emilee Klein, who resigned effective Monday due to personal reasons. It is being coached by assistant Sarah Bradley.

Nicole Marquardt is in a 14th place tie after shooting a round of 75 for a 152 total, while Anneke Strobach sits one stroke back in 18th place with a total score of 153, after turning in a round of 76 on Tuesday. Johanna Samuelsson also turned in a score of 76 today and has a two-round total of 155 for 22nd place.

Olivia Jackson shot 79 on Monday and has a 30th place score of 79 after two days.

Jacksonville leads the 17-team field with a total score of 594, ahead of second-place Murray State (598) by four strokes. South Alabama’s Siti Shaari turned in her second straight day of even-par 72 and has a one-stroke lead with a 144 total score.

Final round action takes place on Tuesday.

 

Team Results

  1. Jacksonville                 299-295=594
  2. Murray State                302-296=598
  3. South Alabama            304-304=608
  4. Eastern Kentucky          317-298=615

T5.     Tulsa                         310-306=616

T5.     Georgia State               309-307=616

  1. Western Kentucky        317-300=617
  2. Elon                           309-311=620
  3. Winthrop                    315-309=624
  4. Florida Gulf Coast        322-306=628
  5. Samford                      315-319=634
  6. James Madison            329-306=635
  7. Morehead State            328-314=642
  8. UAB                          324-320=644

T15.    Appalachian State         317-328=645

T15.    Western Michigan        333-312=645

  1. Central Michigan          340-342=682

 

Tulsa Individuals

T14.    Nicole Marquardt          77-75=152

T18     Anneke Strobach          77-76=153

T22.    Johanna Samuelsson     79-76=155

T30.    Olivia Jackson             77-79=156

 

Top-3 Individuals

  1. Siti Shaari, South Alabama             72-72=144 (E)
  2. Maria Brunzell, Jacksonville           74-71=145 (+1)
  3. Linette Holmslykke, Murray State    76-70=146 (+2)

 

 

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